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Abortion Bill Passes House

Posted: 03/02/2006 - The Mississippi House has voted to ban most abortions, but did allow some exceptions.

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Get Fit... Don't Quit

Updated: 03/02/2006 - You've probably all heard of the scales of justice in court. However, the question participants in our 'Get Fit... Don't Quit' challenge want to know is will a scale of another type do them justice? That's the question. Here's the answer!

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Stricter Abortion Bill Likely to Pass

Posted: 03/01/2006 - Mississippi's governor said he would probably sign a bill to ban most abortions in the state, if it makes it to his desk.

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Sacred Run 2006 Announced

Updated: 05/11/2006 - The co-founder of the American Indian Movement will be in Mississippi on Mar. 31 as part of a national event to promote Earth Day.

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"Meet in Meridian" Launched

Updated: 05/11/2006 - The Lauderdale County tourism office has unveiled a new campaign to attract thousands of people to Meridian every year.

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Morton Plant Closing

Posted: 03/01/2006 - An automotive parts plant is closing due to declining sales for three large manufacturers.

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New MHP Chief Named

Posted: 03/01/2006 - The former head of the Mississippi Bureau of Investigations is the new commander of the Mississippi Highway Patrol.

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Christians Repent and Reflect

Updated: 03/01/2006 - As the Mardi Gras celebration ended, Ash Wednesday began a time of reflection for Christians observing Lent.

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School Salutes Black Heritage

Posted: 02/28/2006 - Students at Oakland Heights Elementary School celebrated Black History Month with their own version of "Oprah."

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Philadelphia Taking Flight

Posted: 02/28/2006 - More tourists and tourist dollars could be on the way to Philadelphia.

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Economic Impact by the Numbers

Posted: 02/28/2006 - A study by Mississippi State University shows just how big an impact new manufacturing plants can have on a community.

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Manufacturers Focus on Training

Updated: 02/28/2006 - With Tower Automotive on the way and a new modular home plant possible, Meridian is in need of trained workers.

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Loan Could Make the Difference

Posted: 02/28/2006 - The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Rural Development Authority is considering a multi-million dollar loan guarantee for renovation of The Threefoot Building.

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Lockheed Settles One Lawsuit

Updated: 02/28/2006 - Lockheed Martin has settled one of several lawsuits stemming from a deadly shooting at its Lauderdale County plant in 2003.

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Newton Might Raise Taxes or Fees

Posted: 02/27/2006 - The city of Newton is considering what to do about what is described as a loose dog problem.

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Foundation Names Officers

Posted: 02/27/2006 - The Community Foundation of East Mississippi has announced its new officers and new board members for 2006-2007.

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Interest in Dancing Spawned by TV Show

Posted: 02/27/2006 - "Dancing with the Stars" is a ratings winner and it has apparently sparked renewed interest in a nearly forgotten art.

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Fire Under Investigation

Posted: 02/27/2006 - Meridian's Arson Task Force was called into action Monday afternoon to investigate a fire.

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Barbour Vetoes Higher Fees

Posted: 02/27/2006 - Gov. Haley Barbour has vetoed a bill that would fund the overtime of Highway Patrol officers with higher fees for driver's license reinstatement.

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Competition for Kia Growing

Posted: 02/27/2006 - An article in a Korean newspaper indicates Georgia is leading in the race to land a Kia automotive plant.

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Bank Opening New Operations Center

Posted: 02/27/2006 - Citizens National Bank is opening a new operations center and is consolidating its back-office operations to Meridian.

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